SoTL's Book Club

SoTL’s Book Club provides a space for open discussion about essential issues pertaining to higher education. Reading the latest texts on topics related to pedagogy, student success, race inequity, and the higher education landscape, the book club offers faculty, staff, administration and students a chance to connect and converse, all while sparking ideas and innovations geared toward improving student success.   

Past Texts: 

Spring 2021 – How to Be an AntiRacist by Ibram Kendi

Fall 2020 –White Fragility by Robin D’Angelo

Spring 2020 - We want to do more than survive, abolitionist teaching and the pursuit of educational reform by Bettina Love

Fall 2019 – Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg

Spring 2019 –Bandwidth Recovery: Helping Students Reclaim Cognitive Resources Lost to Poverty, Racism, and Social Marginalization by Cia Verschelden

Fall 2018 – How College Works by Daniel F Chambliss and Christopher G Takacs

The book club meets monthly on Wednesday afternoons. Please see the SoTL Events Calendar for dates, times, and locations/Zoom link. Contact Jordana Shaw at or Peter Maskaluk at to be added to the book club email list.

Last Modified: 8/4/23